Does this boots make you walk slower somehow?
These boots keep your toes warm in even the iciest regions but they feel kind of heavy.
I wonder if this is just to show they're heavier on oz or if they make you slower or something like that...
---- 01:57, 3 July 2007 (PDT)
Since I actually own not only Fur Boots but also Crocodile Boots and Pirate Boots, I decided to test them all - and every kind have the same walking speed as you would have without any boots equipped. :P
- The mispseller - 06:11, 3 July 2007 (PDT)
I think they slow you down too , try put em on while walking with no boots , difference isn`t huge , but it`s there ..
There is most definately a difference, i don't know if it's because of my peculiar level, but when i cast great haste on myself and wear fur boots, there's a HUGE difference in speed compared to NOT wearing the boots and casting great haste. I'm level 105 btw.
i have tested... fur boots.. soft boots.. boots of haste... crocodrile boots... pirate boots.. and normal boots. my test was like this.. first.. i got all boots on my backpack.. then i went to a road.. i counted 40 squaremeters. and i walked with the diferent boots.. i counted the time.. and i change surfaces.. my results where this.... with soft, crocodrille, pirate and normal boots.. on earth they walk the same speed... the "haste" where faster.. and fur boot gave me 1 second late but on ice surface fur boots gave no diferent time... i dont know if my tests are alright becouse there might be lag on my test... but i will continue testing... and remember that diferent surfaces give diferent results.. you must test all of them. i was lvl 68 when i test
I gave to my friend a fur boots because of the better defense, and I told him to see if he notice any speed difference. He said it make him a little slower but he didn't tested it on many fields... maybe as you said the boots get you slower on non-ice fields, or your test on the ice was not accurate since on ice you are a lot slower. If you can make the test again, try map-clicking. Make marks on your minimap so you'll aways walk to the same spot, map walks ignore somehow your lag. In my opinion this boots really make you slower, but, I'm not 100% sure...
---- 15:25, 23 July 2007 (PDT)
They really make walking slower? It is kind of weird, because heavier (in weight and in material) Steel Boots are stated on theirs page that they do not slow down...
--Wilk 02:05, 6 August 2007 (PDT)
These boots reduce your walking speed by 6 levels, or 12 points on the internal speed stat. The difference of 6 levels is MOST -literally- noticeable on high-speed terrain like roads and drawbridges, however it's most -visually- noticeable on other slower types of terrain, like grass, non-muddy dirt, and so forth. Most speed changes aren't very noticeable at all on super-slow terrain like mud, underwater, etc.
-Caprizon August 09 2007
If the speed is really lower, that could be explained due to the material it is made (fur). Imagine someone running with a boots made of fur. Steel bots are heavy but the oz is not really what determine if someone could run more or less (at least in my point of view, only if it was MUCH heavier of course)
How did you managed it is 12 points (or 6 levels) exactly? If you have some concrete stuff you can edit the fur boots page and add this note.
---- 11:35, 10 August 2007 (PDT)
Pudd Knight, imagine a running knight in steel boots and heavy armor, and a person in furs and fur boots... (and nothing to say, but steel is heavier than uncomfortable furs...) I know that this are deep ingame equations and maybe authors see it different, but maybe the calculations are wrong - I want to say, that maybe steel boots are also slowing down now?
--Wilk 14:11, 10 August 2007 (PDT)
i haven't noticed any difference in speed, maybe most of you are used to walking with BOH :P
20:47, 2 October 2007 (PDT)
so do they lower your walking speed or not? -hugoshoyru-
after some testing of my own, i havent noticed any speed changes from no boots to fur boots so im changing it.
15:14, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Caprizon most likely used a memory editing program, such as T-Search, to view the Tibia client's memory and compared the speed value of his player with and without fur boots on.
I have checked fur boots on my level 127 character. We know from the formula posted in http://tibianews.net/article.asp?Id=291 that the speed value for a character is calculated as -
speed = 220 + [2 * (level-1)]
This means my level 127 would have a speed value of 472 without any speed modifying spells or items, I also checked my speed with T-Search and it was the same value. I then put on fur boots which changed my character's speed to 460, a decrease of 12. Since you gain 2 speed "values" per level we divide 12 by 2 to find out how many levels it decreases your speed by which is 6. So I can confirm that what Caprizon said is true, fur boots decrease your speed by 6 levels.
Mr Freddy 03:09, 10 March 2008 (UTC)
TSearch AND ArtMoney proved to me too... Fur boots subtracts 12 speed points...
Nemostein 04:05, 14 April 2008 (UTC)
The speed mystery is solved after the last update (8.2). It is speed -6.
^^^^ 16:39, 19 July 2008 (UTC)